Watch It Norway – It Is Ten Thousand Years Today

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Watch It Norway – It is Ten Thousand Years Today.

Yes,

It is ten thousand years today since the whole edge of Norway actually dropped off.

Had quite an effect on the world.

Made Britain separate from Europe.

Destroyed whole townships along where the English Channel appeared and along the North Sea

Not to mention making Norway quite thin.

I am hoping it isn’t a regular event.

Because it is due in the morning.

(I am sure quite a few of you are too.)

Cos if it does happen again in the early hours.

It will cause quite a few problems.

Norway would be like a ledge.

The people from over in Sweden will be calling over, “Hey are you alright over there!”

And all the Norwegians will be like lined up with their backs to Sweden (Yes I know that tends to happen anyway) edging along an, erm, well, edge.

They will be balanced on their heels in a long thin line holding hands.

They will call over their shoulders, “Yes we are fine thank you.”

“We are edging our way upwards this week and next week we will be working our way down south again.”

“That’s all we can do really, shuffle upwards or shuffle back down again.”

“The government told us we will all be alright as long as we hold hands.”

“And we always do whatever the government tell us to do whatever party is in power cos we are like that.”

“Right everyone shuffle right.”

(Whispered, “And try not to think about personal space, but rather think about Norwegian Arms”.)

I know I know this wont be funny if it really happens in the morning.

And possibly isn’t funny at all anyway.

But I dreamed it, and it seemed funny then.

Just thank god it didn’t happen to China, cos then when they whispered messages along the line it would all go wrong.

norway thin

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